9/15/2016 - Press Release
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September 15, 2016
JOHN CHAPMAN COMPLETES ADVISORY LEADERS FORUM AT NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY’S KELLOGG SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
– Exclusive Event Connects Advisors with Insights from Business Professors at Leading Global Universities –
Elgin, Illinois – September, 2016 – John E. Chapman, Chief Executive and Chief Investment Strategist for BSC Private Wealth Management, LLC, an independent wealth management firm, announced today that he attended the Advisory Leaders Forum held in July at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.
This invitation-only annual event brings together successful wealth advisors in an exclusive academic experience focused on a broad range of advisory disciplines. Held at the nation’s premier business schools, past conferences have been held at the Yale School of Management, The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and the MIT Sloan School of Management.
Chapman said, “As the financial advice industry grows increasingly more complex, BSC Private Wealth is committed to seeking learning opportunities for all members of our staff. Our goal must always be to strengthen our practice and the services we provide to our clients. The curriculum of the Advisory Leaders Forum has provided me access to valuable business intelligence and practice management resources.”
“The professors of Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management delivered significant academic insight, along with operational applications that will meaningfully impact how we addresses our client’s most critical wealth management objectives.”
About BSC Private Wealth Management, LLC
BSC Private Wealth Management, LLC is a privately held, independent Registered Investment Advisor (RIA). The firm provides comprehensive wealth management services to successful individuals and families through their Private Client Practice. The firm’s Institutional Advisory Group offers a suite of professional services to businesses, non-profit organizations, foundations, and ERISA governed retirement plans.